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Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A2 Bandon Police Log. . . . . . . . A3 Opinion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A4

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Health Center receives $775K grant By Amy Moss Strong Bandon Western World

BANDON — Bandon Community Health Center has received a $775,000 federal grant to provide access to quality health care services to low-income and rural residents. Oregon’s Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden announced the grants last week, which included $2.4 million in new, competitive federal grant funding for four community health centers in

Oregon. The health centers that received the grants include: ■ Bandon Community Health Center, Bandon — $775,000 ■ La Clinica del Valle, Medford — $405,922 ■ Umpqua Community Health Center, Roseburg — $316,667 ■ Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center, Cornelius — $858,333 Wyden and Merkley have long advocated for funding of community health

centers, according to a press release. “When families are healthier, we all do better,” said Merkley. “Oregon’s community health centers provide critical health care services to those who might not otherwise be able to access that care. I’m pleased these grants will go to boost the good work they do.” “Access to primary care and prevention is essential to getting America healthy,” Wyden said. “Community health centers in Oregon are an important part of that effort. This funding is

well deserved and is yet another example of the quality services delivered by — and to — Oregonians.” The Affordable Care Act created an $11 billion fund to support the operation, expansion and construction of community health centers over a five-year period. The grants awarded last week by the Department of Health and Human Services will allow community health centers to serve more patients through

■ See Grant, A6

Behind the principal’s desk is a familiar face By Amy Moss Strong Bandon Western World

BANDON — When students returned to Bandon High School this fall, some were surprised to see the familiar face of Sabrina Belletti behind the principal’s desk. After all, many of them had her in grade school, then in middle school. Belletti is happy to see all of those faces and it has made her new role of BHS principal easier — she already knows most of them by name. Belletti is not just a familiar face for students. She has worked for the Bandon School District for 22 years — 16 at Ocean Crest, where she taught second, third and fourth grade; and six years at Harbor Lights Middle School, where she taught fifth and sixth grade. She was hired to replace longtime former BHS principal Gaye Knapp, who retired last spring. Belletti attended grade school in Myrtle Point and middle and high school in Coquille. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Education at Western Oregon University. Belletti has been preparing for an administrative role for several years. She earned her master’s degree in education administration and initial administration license from Lewis and Clark College and is working on her continuing administration license. She has a daughter, Riley Wahl, who graduated from BHS last year. Belletti is an avid runner and has participated in relays, particularly the Roseburg to Coos Bay. She also plays basketball once a week at the Ocean Crest gym with a group of locals, and just purchased a paddle board and is looking forward to learning the sport. She is engaged to Tom Dixon, the new social studies teacher at HLMS. Helping each student at BHS prepare for a post-secondary experience is one

■ See Principal, A6

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Testing now at Southern Coos Director of Nursing Services Carol Meijer and radiologic technologist Randy Logan demonstrate new Dexascan equipment that will provide osteoporosis testing at Southern Coos Hospital beginning Dec. 2.

Bone density testing at SCH Bandon Western World

BANDON — No longer will people have to leave town to get important bone density screenings, as testing will be available at Bandon’s hospital beginning Monday, Dec. 2. The Southern Coos Health District Board voted to add this service to the medical imaging department at Southern Coos Hospital. Equipment to make it possible was donated by Southern Coos Health Foundation. “Until now, people have had to drive to Coos Bay or elsewhere when a doctor has ordered the tests that diagnose and track osteoporosis,” said Southern Coos Health District Board Chairman Esther Williams. “Now they can get the test done quickly with state-of-the-art equipment right here at Southern Coos Hospital.

“We have medical imaging technologists who are trained to perform the test and a space for the equipment, so the time seemed right to add this for the convenience of our residents,” Williams added. “We are grateful to the foundation for buying the equipment. It’s a win-win for all.” The Foundation Board is devoting proceeds from the sixth annual Bandon Golf for Health Classic, a donation through the Crane Creek Foundation fund of the Oregon Community Foundation and an additional community donation to buy the equipment needed. “We are very pleased to help bring this service to Bandon,” said Southern Coos Health Foundation President Joseph Bain. “The equipment is housed in a room freed up when foundation

donors helped X-rays and mammograms go digital, eliminating the need to store films.” The Foundation Board thanked the donors and the golfers and tournament sponsors who provided the money to make the purchase. “They have made it possible to add a service that is very important, particularly to those age 65 and over and those who have a history of osteoporosis.” Bain said. The test itself is simple, painless and takes only about 10-15 minutes. People remain in their street clothes. “Bone density testing is often ordered by physicians at the same time as mammograms,” said Williams, who is a retired registered nurse. “People can now have both done efficiently and easily at our hospital.”

ODFW, Wildlife Area Coy Smith hearing committee to meet Nov. 18 delayed until Dec. 10 By Amy Moss Strong Bandon Western World

COQUILLE — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a meeting of the Coquille Valley Wildlife Area stakeholders committee from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18, at the Owens Building, 201 N. Adams St., Coquille. The committee, which is made up of 12 people representing neighboring landowners, drainage districts and agriculture, hunting, fishing and other conservation groups, will assist ODFW in creating a

management plan for the new Wildlife Area. The meeting is open to members of the public who would like to listen to the discussion. ODFW recently acquired the two parcels, encompassing 510 acres in the Coquille Valley along the Coquille River in Coos County, via a trade with Bandon Biota, a corporation owned by Bandon Dunes Golf Resort owner Mike Keiser According to ODFW District Wildlife

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COQUILLE — Coy Smith, 40, was back in court the morning of Nov. 5 for a change of plea hearing, but instead the defense asked for more time to prepare their case. The Bandon man was arrested in October and charged with manslaughter in the death of William Drews. On Oct. 3, authorities found the 42-year-old Drews lying motionless outside of a residence on Bill

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Creek Lane. Police had responded to a report of an altercation. Drews was pronounced dead on arrival at Southern Coos Hospital, with an autopsy indicating he died from blunt force trauma to his head and neck. To get more time to sift through the evidence that will be presented at trial, Smith decided to waive his right to trial within 60 days of his arrest. A new change of plea hearing has been set for 8:30 a.m. Dec. 10.

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EDUCATION/Community CERT trained individuals sought for team inclusion BANDON — BandonPrepares has issued a call for all previously trained Citizen Emergency Response Team individuals to meet with current class members and the sponsoring organization to get involved again or for the first time. Anyone who has received CERT training is asked to attend a meeting from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, in Sprague Room of the Bandon Public

Library, 1204 11th St. S.W. in Bandon City Park. BandonPrepares will be organizing a number of actual teams soon and would like to include anyone who has received training as well as those currently being trained in classes being conducted at the Bandon Fire Hall and at Southwestern Oregon Community College in Coos Bay. For more information, contact Bill Russell at 541290-8595.

Volunteers needed for Bandon Feeds Hungry A Bandon Feeds The Hungry meeting will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, in the fellowship hall of Bandon’s Seventh-day Adventist Church, 10th and Elmira, next to the Coastal Harvest site. Anyone willing to help continue the annual variety show and silent auction fundraiser, held the first Saturday in October at the Sprague Theater, is asked to come with ideas and suggestions. “If you personally are willing to help coordinate our efforts, or know someone that is, or know someone that would just like to be a part of our volunteer group, please let me know prior to Dec. 3,” said Lyn Silverman, BFTH coordinator who is stepping down Dec. 31. For info,call 541-347-1585 or email bandonlyn@yahoo.com.

Youth Center to host open forum BANDON — The Bandon Community Youth Center is hosting an open forum from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, at the center, 101 11th St. SW. The event is an opportunity for community members new to the area or who have not recently visited the facility a chance to gain current information about the Youth Center, according to Executive Director Ollie Jones. Community members are encouraged to attend.

Fish Enhancement Board to meet COOS BAY — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Fish Restoration and Enhancement Board will meet on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 15-16, in Coos Bay. On Friday, the Board will meet from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Morgan Creek STEP Hatchery Education Building at 97155 Morgan Creek Lane to review three grant proposals and conduct program business. The meeting is open to the public, and there will be an opportunity for public comment in the late morning. On Saturday, the board will tour local projects.

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The forum will include a presentation, starting at 5:30 p.m., summarizing information received during the organization’s community survey conducted at the end of the last school year. The presentation will offer community members an opportunity to provide additional input if they missed completing the survey. Contact the Youth Center at 541-347-8336 or via email at youthcenter@mycomspan.co m for more information.

BANDON — Start Making A Reader Today is seeking five volunteers for the 2013-2014 school year at Head Start in Bandon. The SMART program began working with Head Start a few years ago with the aim of introducing reading skills to a younger age group to prepare them for kindergarten reading readiness. SMART also provides reading programs at South Coast elementary schools. It dovetails with the Bandon Readers and Volunteers Organization, or BRAVO,

a similar reading program run by volunteers and already in place at Ocean Crest Elementary School, serving kindergarten through fourth grade. SMART volunteer readers in Bandon will spend an hour per week reading one-on-one with Head Start preschoolers, helping them build vital reading skills and develop a lifelong love of reading. SMART site coordinators also are needed. They run SMART programs at a site, coordinating with teachers and volunteers and supervising reading sessions. This time commitment is between two

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The kings of salmon Winners in the 2013 Bandon Salmon Derby were announced recently. Howard Hawk of Redding, Calif., pictured above, won for the heaviest Chinook salmon, which weighed in at 29 pounds, 13 ounces. Winner of the heaviest coho was Bert Weekley of Roseburg, whose fish weighed in at 17 pounds, 14 ounces. Kreg Strickland of Bandon won for weighing in the most fish — a total of 20 fish totaling 175 pounds, 8 ounces. The Bandon Salmon Derby was sponsored by Bandon Bait & Tackle and held Sept. 3 through Oct. 15. Weekly cash prizes of $50 were given for the biggest salmon. The three winners listed above each won $200 and Hawk also won a rod and reel. and four hours per week. “It would literally be impossible for SMART to provide critical reading support for Oregon’s children without our dedicated volunteers,” said SMART area manager Cheryl Brown. “More volunteers means we’re able to reach more children at risk of falling behind by providing valuable oneon-one reading support, mentorship and books.” To learn more about volunteering for SMART, contact the local office at 541-266-7476, or visit www.getSMARToregon.o rg.

About SMART SMART is a statewide nonprofit organization that envisions an Oregon where every child can read and is empowered to succeed. SMART partners with Title I schools across the state and engages community volunteers to read one-on-one with pre-kindergarten through children, third-grade helping strengthen literacy skills and encourage a love of reading. Children in the program receive 14 new books throughout the school year to keep and read with their families.

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Bandon police report Nov. 6 8:05 a.m., car vs. pedestrian accident in the area of 12th Street Southeast. Possible suspect car is a black smaller two-door sedan. Sedan left from an area near the post office, past Western World. Bay Cities Ambulance responded, no injuries. Report taken. 10:20 a.m., out with vehicle that damaged city property in the 500 block of Douglas Street. Not as reported. a.m., caller 10:27 advised that a blue van is southbound going about 85 mph. Unable to locate. 12:23 p.m., welfare check in the 800 block of Franklin Avenue. Made entry, no one home. 1:01 p.m., suspicious conditions at the laundromat in the Bandon Shopping Center, Michigan Avenue. 5:12 p.m., warrant service in the 500 block of North Avenue. Obtained DNA sample. 6:31 p.m., woman on cell phone reports a dog at large in the area of the Bandon Shopping Center. Checked area, unable to locate. Nov. 7 10:23 a.m., incomplete call from 67000 block of 18th Street. Location is Bandon Recycling Center, no one around. 5:28 p.m., possible bonfire in the Bandon area. Controlled slash burn in the Seven Devil’s area, visible from Bandon looking north. 6:42 p.m., missing person reported from the 1400 block of Riverside Drive Northeast. 6:54 p.m., suspicious conditions in the 400 block of Chicago Avenue Southeast, strange sounds coming from an elderly

neighbor’s apartment. 9:28 p.m., suspicious conditions in the 1000 block of Grand Avenue. 9:30 p.m., intoxicated man looking for an apartment in the 500 block of Ninth Street Southwest that doesn’t exist. Man advised to move on. 8:20 p.m., assisted outside agency with a disturbance in the 49000 block of Beach Loop Drive. Nov. 8 6:38 a.m., injured animal in the area of U.S. Highway 101. Checked, unable to locate. 9:38 a.m., unknown person going in and out of residence in the 800 block of Division Avenue and caller requested Bandon Police assist. Handled. 12:18 p.m., driving complaint in the area of mile post 275 on U.S. Highway 101. Subject not intoxicated. 12:23 p.m., dog at large in the area of U.S. Highway 101, dog ran east, is off the road. 5:35 p.m., report of missing person from the 400 block of Fourth Street Southwest. Subject was found. Nov. 9 8:54 a.m., suspicious vehicle parked in the middle of the road 15 minutes ago at Rohrer Lane and Beach Loop Drive. 6:53 p.m., kite on fire, landed in front of caller’s house in the 800 block of Portland Avenue. Handled. 7:52 p.m., fraud reported in the 3000 block of Beach Loop Drive, scam with credit cards. Caller contacted, logged for information. 8:53 p.m., suicidal woman in the 1700 block of Beach Loop Drive. Checked area, unable to locate, caller will call back if

further messages received from the woman. 10:23 p.m., bar check at 1032 Oregon Avenue. Nov. 10 10:09 a.m., suspicious conditions in the 600 block of Eighth Street, yelling and Man and screaming. woman having verbal argument, parties separated. 10:45 a.m., incomplete call from the 2200 block of Ohio Street. Information to Bandon police and North Bend police. 5:10 p.m., driver cited in the area of U.S. Highway 101 and 13th Street for driving while suspended, vehicle towed by North Bend towing. 8:10 p.m., shoplifting occurred approximately 30 minutes ago at Hwy Deli, 1355 Oregon Avenue. Report taken for thirddegree theft, investigation continuing. Nov. 11 6:02 a.m., criminal trespassing reported in the 900 block of 13th Street Southwest, caller contacted by phone, suspect already left residence. Patrol check made. 8:41 a.m., theft reported in the 900 block of Ocean Drive. Logged for information. 1:38 p.m., neighbor dispute in the 800 block of 11th Street Southwest, woman moving into duplex, neighbors yelled at her. Parties contacted, will call back if subjects return to her apartment. 2:23 p.m., deceased subject in the 56000 block of Tom Smith Road. Assistance rendered. pick-up 5:21 p.m., swerving and speeding in the area of milepost 253 on U.S. Highway 101. Checked from Prosper Road to Highway 101, unable to locate.

BANDON — A 78-year-old Bandon man is safe after spending the night in the woods when he got lost in dense brush while picking mushrooms. According to the Coos County Sheriff’s Office, on Nov. 10 at 12:50 p.m., deputies responded to the area of Bear Flat Road in the Coos County Forest off U.S. Highway 101, following the report of a lost person. Initial reports from the victim’s family members indicated that Thomas Morgan had gotten separated from his party while picking mushrooms. It was reported that the last time he was seen was in the morning hours. Upon further investigation it was learned that Morgan had actually been out overnight, and had been separated from his party on Nov. 9, the day prior to it being reported. Family members reported that they had phone contact with Morgan, who was certain that he knew where he was, he just could not get to the road. Family members called the Sheriff’s Office the following day when Morgan did not return. The area of forest that Morgan was lost in was extremely thick, with dense brush, which made navigation and travel difficult. Sheriff’s deputies assisted by a Search and Rescue K9 used a series of

sound sweeps and cell phone pings to locate Morgan, who was fatigued and dehydrated, but in overall good condition, according to the Sheriff’s Office. Members of Green Acres Fire and Millington Fire responded to assist with packing Morgan out of the dense forest. Morgan had exhausted himself while attempting to self rescue and had to be carried out by assisting personnel. Morgan was treated on scene by paramedics and did not require further treatment. The Coos County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind those who enjoy the outdoors and spending time in the natural beauty of the Southern Oregon Coast to take some simple precautions and plan ahead. People who go missing don’t intend to get lost, but when they do they can lessen the effects by preplanning. Always tell someone where you’re going and when you expect to return. Carry a signaling device, such as a whistle. Make sure you have water and a full battery on your cell phone. Remember that a cell phone is not a failsafe device for communication, and certainly not for navigation. Most importantly, if you ever find yourself or a loved one lost, notify law enforcement right away.

Port of Bandon to meet in Coquille COQUILLE — Port of Bandon Commission will hold its regular meeting at 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, in the Coquille City Council chambers in Coquille. On the agenda: Consent calendar; informational item from Brady Scott, Heritage Place; informational items from Jim Maitland, Port of Coquille River; dredge permit update, Department of State Lands; update on South Coast Ports Coalition; information on State Historic Preservation Office grant; news from other ports; public input for items not on the agenda.

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Obituary Avrey Jane Walker March 12, 2003 - Oct. 26, 2013 Avrey Jane Walker, 10, was born March 12, 2003, in Bend. She earned her angel wings Oct. 26, 2013; she was a fifth-grader at John Tuck Elementary. Although Avrey spent six of her 10 years of life fighting cancer, she was full of life. She loved camping, rafting, dancing, dressing up, spending time with her friends and Avrey Walker and her family and her three mother Christal dogs and two ferrets. Avrey is survived by her father, Aaron Walker; her

mother, Christal Walker; and her big sister, Maddy Walker. Avrey was a true example of living your life to the fullest and never giving up. She was a true warrior in every sense of the word. We will be forever proud of her and her ability to have fun no matter the circumstances. She was the strongest kid we have ever known. We will love and miss her every day until we meet again, in a few minutes. A private family memorial service was held Saturday, Nov. 9. A public celebration of life followed at the Redmond High School gym. Arrangements are under the direction of Redmond Memorial Chapel, 541-548-3219. Please sign our online guestbook www.redmondmemorial.com and www.theworldlink.com.

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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Letters Blessed with wonderful event Recently, St. John Episcopal Church hosted a Spirituality Day for women from the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon. More than 100 women from western Oregon and the South Coast attended, and it was something of a miracle that our little church could host so many people. We owe a huge debt of thanks to folks from Bandon who helped make this a wonderful day for all our guests. Parts of the event took place at River House and when our transportation arrangements fell through at the last minute, the Bandon School District stepped in to provide a school bus and driver Sandy for us. They were a real godsend as they ferried people from the church to town and back again! We had a small “market place” at the church where Bandon artists and merchants were on hand to display and sell their beautiful artwork, designs or products. Those who were a part of the marketplace were Ann Sobbota from Sage Place; Kathy Blohm; Victoria Tierney; Joanne Drapkin; artists from Art by the Sea including Kathleen Morey Bailey; Robin Hanna; Sherri Merritt from the Merritt Lavender Farm; Kim Logue; Sylvia Thomas from Sylvan Scarves; and Sheila Levinsky. Thanks so much to all of them. Our guests were delighted by these representations of Bandon products. Four local motels offered our guests discounted rates. They were Sunset Ocean Front Lodging, Best Western Inn at Face Rock, Bandon Inn and La Kris Inn. We were able to advertise our event as a “destination weekend” and many of our guests did stay in Bandon for the weekend. We offered workshops for our guests, and Dr. Gail McClave, Sara Green, Victoria Tierney, Susan Alexander, Ginger MacCullum and Marty Burkett all served as workshop leaders along with the Rev. Susan Church (from Newport) and myself. They truly enriched our day with their presentations. Maria Belmonte-Forty and Amy Wernet were on hand to provide massages for our guests. The following businesses donated products to raffle or money to a special scholarship fund for Bandon Community Preschool: Patina, Bandon Mercantile, Face Rock Creamery, Port O’ Call, the Arcade, Truffles and Devon's Boutique. Truly we are blessed by all who helped us make our event so wonderful, and that goes for all the St. John members too. The Rev. Beth Hoffmann, vicar St. John Episcopal Church Bandon

Rethinking Veterans Day I would like to thank the Bandon Western World for its thoughtful Veterans Day tribute to local veterans by publishing their names, years and branch of service, and the photo of the 51 vets who showed up for that purpose in response to the paper's earlier call for information about Bandon residents who served. I missed that call myself but was surprised and honored to find my name listed along with a dozen or so others who likewise missed the survey. Many of us forget, or never knew, however, that November 11 was originally called “Armistice Day” and was declared a federal holiday by an act of Congress in May 1938 as “A day to be dedicated to the cause of world peace and a day thereafter to be celebrated and known as ‘Armistice Day.’” That day was chosen to commemorate the end of the terrible devastation and slaughter of World War I. The ceasefire for that “War to End War” was finally reached at “the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month,” November 11, 1918. After World War II, another and even more devastating war that shook the very foundations of Western civilization, Congress voted in 1954 to change the name of the holiday to “Veterans Day” in order to honor American veterans of all wars, not just World War I. But that name change also involved a change in emphasis away from the original intent of Congress for a holiday “dedicated to the cause of world peace” to become a day to honor American war veterans. In effect, Veterans Day has tended to become an occasion for glorifying military service, and by extension, the military itself. We listen to solemn speeches about the valor and heroism of those who serve their country, puff ourselves up with patriotic fervor, wave flags and celebrate with martial music and parades. In some instances we even fire off gun salutes to honor our heroes. Although many families still go to the cemetery to commemorate their lost ones on this day, or spend it quietly grieving for those who returned home from service so maimed in body and/or spirit as to be incapable of fulfilling what had been their family dreams, as a nation we seem to want to ignore or forget that 90 percent of the casualties of modern warfare are civilian. (Perhaps we just assume those casualties only hap-

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pen in other countries that lack the high tech protective gear of our troops or their most up-to-date weaponry for killing people or laying countrysides to waste, so it is of little concern here in the U.S.) Maybe, too, we are so blinded by the idea that service to one’s country is such a praiseworthy thing in itself (forgetting that the youth of other countries including those we deem our enemies have the same notion), that we do not even do justice to the sufferings of current service members or their families. According to Pentagon statistics, suicide rates among active military personnel for the past three years have exceeded deaths that result from combat. Suicide rates among veterans have also reached alarming numbers, estimated now to be at 22 deaths per day. More than ever before, American military families have to cope with these kinds of losses or with returning loved ones who come back totally altered by PTSD, brain damage, drug addiction or other debilitating consequences suffered in our military adventures in other parts of the world. There is little to be proud of here and something is definitely wrong. Maybe military service is not the primary thing we should be celebrating on November 11. (For another view on this topic, read an op-ed by Ann Jones at http://truth-out.org/opinion/item/19894they-didnt-know-what-they-were-getting-intothe-cost-of-war-american-style.) Frank Quinn Bandon

Delaware Avenue is no joke If you missed the November City Council meeting, I recommend that you watch it on local broadcast or get a copy at City Hall or the library. I presented the council with petitions with 30 names requesting that the Delaware drainage project be restarted. In the meeting, Councilor Brian Vick said that his previous comments on the kind of street installed on Delaware were said “tongue in cheek,” as confirmed by Mayor Mary Schamehorn. Yes, it was just a joke. A joke that today affects 11 people in seven households. Funny? The illegal berm that the city put in causing flooding onto my property has not been removed “so everyone can handle their own flooding issues.” That was the mentality Councilors Vick, Procetto and Powell used to vote the Delaware Avenue project down after months of approval. It also requires removal of the berm for fairness to the Delaware Avenue residents. When Matt Winkel was asked about removing the berm, he stated three times that “no one has asked me to remove it,” until both Councilors Mike Claassen and Nancy Drew held up their hands to say that they, in fact, had asked for it to be removed.

Mayor Mary later sent Councilor Claassen an email asking what gave him “authority” to ask that question. Uh, he is a council member! You can get a free copy of my response to that meeting titled “Thanks” by contacting Bev Lanier at the city. Which of these kinds of actions and inactions by council members represent the kind of people you want to re-elect? I have informed the city that I will remove the illegal berm at the top of the next door neighbor’s driveway, if they have not done so by next week. Diana Brown Bandon

Don’t forget Umpqua ladies! I am sorry that I failed in last week’s letter to the editor to thank the ladies at Umpqua Bank, both current and former employees, for volunteering at the Kiwanis Thrift Store each month! Kiwanis would like to give a big thank-you to Wendy, Laurie and Stacia; and to Donna for getting the whole program started a few years ago. I apologize if we missed anyone, and want everyone to know we appreciate your great help. Rheta Thompson Bandon Kiwanis

Support land exchange In my opinion, the land exchange with Mr. Keiser is a great opportunity for Bandon. Bandon Dunes Golf Resort put helped put Bandon on the map. Bandon Dunes Golf Resort advertises so heavily nation and worldwide and we (Bandon) could never afford this type of exposure. Tourism is the lifeblood that will support Bandon in the years to come. Having high quality organizations like Bandon Dunes Golf Resort and Kemper Sports take an interest in developing more golf courses here is one of the best things that could ever happen to Bandon. I am just glad they settled on Bandon and not some other nice little town. In doing this project, Mr. Keiser will create jobs and draw even more people to Bandon in the years to come. I own Bandon Beach Vacation Rentals, Bandon Beach Vacation Properties, LLC and Bandon Property Management, LLC and can see the positive effects already. Bandon is much busier than it has ever been, stroll through Old Town and you will see more people than ever before coming and going into all of the stores, and much later in the season. Please support Mr. Keiser and the land exchange. Dave Schradieck Bandon

There’s an ‘app’ for that Back in 1996, I read Bill Gates’s medical facilities in the area and DISASTER book, “The Road Ahead.” For those of directions to them. In fact, it will use PREPAREDNESS FOR us who can remember back that far, your phone’s built-in GPS to direct THE REST OF US computers were fairly commonplace you to your facility of choice. First aid and the Internet was just coming into its own. and trauma care are also features of this app. Cell phones were just that, phones. No texting, Then there’s the Military Survival Guide. no cameras, no online capability. Just phones. Designed after the U.S. Army Field Manual Mr. Gates made a prediction that one day we FM-21-76. Survival in various climates, conwould all carry around computers that would ditions and circumstances are covered in easily fit into our shirt pockets. I remember detail. How to build shelter, fire, make simple wondering how that keyboard was going to fit. weapons and find food. Which plants to eat, Today, so far, I’ve used my phone to send and which to avoid. Weather prognostication by receive emails, text messages and checked the observing clouds, complete with color phoDAVE weather, the news and my appointments for the tos of different kinds of cloud formations. ROBINSON evening. Oh yes, and I have actually made severI use my Weather Channel app every day. al telephone calls. Bill Gates’s prophecy has Keeping abreast of the weather is all part of come true. It even fits neatly in my shirt pocket, the “Be Informed” motto of disaster prekeyboard and all. paredness. Another app tracks tide information, handy One of the features about smart phones that every- for those of us living on the coast. one seems to like is the capability to run various appliOne I learned of a few months back, thanks to our cations (apps for short). Kids load games on their local OSU Extension Office, was designed by the North phones and we grown-ups, well we load games also, Dakota State University Extension Service, called but we have grown-up apps. “Winter Survival Kit.” It’s designed for those who travel No matter your area of interest, there’s an app for in blizzard conditions. If you should become stranded, it that. Some are even helpful with disaster prepared- will calculate how many hours you can run your car’s ness. I have an app that notifies me immediately of an heater before you’re out of gas. There is a list of emerearthquake anywhere on the planet. Location, intensi- gency equipment you should carry in your car and a place ty and whether or not a tsunami is a factor. It’s called to enter your insurance information, auto club and phone Earthquake Alert and is free (as are all the apps men- numbers of persons to contact in case of emergency. tioned in this column). All-in-all, just more examples of how we can use techAnother is called “iTriage.” This app is designed by nology to our advantage. As always, send your questions emergency room doctors and is very extensive. You and comments to disasterprep.dave@gmail.com. Previous enter symptoms, the part of the body affected and you columns can be found on my blog at www.diasterprepget a list of possible ailments. It also has locations of dave.blogspot.com.


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In and Around Bandon Diabetes support group to meet The second part of the movie “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead” will be featured at the Diabetes Support Group meeting set for Thursday, Nov. 21, at the Bandon Library. The meeting begins at 2 p.m. and is open to the public. Robin Summers, RN and a certified diabetes educator, facilitates the group. Summers is a long-time employee of Southern Coos Hospital and offers care for people with diabetes at the hospital’s Outpatient Specialty Clinic, located next to the hospital at the east end of 11th Street.

Tree lighting ceremony planned for Nov. 30 On Saturday, Nov. 30, the Greater Bandon Association, in conjunction with the Bandon Chamber of Commerce will present “A Night of 1,000 Lights.” The event will be an old-fashioned Christmas season kick off featuring Santa and Mrs. Claus, roving Christmas carolers and musicians, a giant Christmas tree and lighting ceremony with carolers, cookies and hot cider. The day was picked knowing there are a lot of visitors in town after Thanksgiving and because it is Small Business Saturday and the Shop Bandon campaign will be in full swing, organizers said. “We are hoping that the merchants will have their Christmas decorations up for the event and will be encouraged to stay open until 7 p.m.,” said Harv Schubothe of the GBA. “With carolers roaming Old Town, it should be a great opportunity to have people moving shop to shop throughout the evening.” Events will be scheduled throughout the afternoon and the tree lighting is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Caroling will be before and after the tree lighting. “We are hoping for a good participation from all and a great start to a wonderful Christmas season,” Schubothe said. Anyone interested in participating by offering music or other entertainment can call the Greater Bandon Association at 541-297-2342.

Ballroom dance is Saturday A ballroom dance will be held at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 14, at the Bandon Odd Fellows Hall. The dance is sponsored by the Bandon Oregon Ballroom Dance Association. Suggested donation is $3. Dancers of all ages and levels are welcome and no partner is required. There is usually dance instruction offered. BOBDA dances are smoke- and- alcohol-free and happen nearly every Saturday.

Coastal Harvest indoor yard sale Coastal Harvest will hold a huge indoor three-day yard sale the day after Thanksgiving from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday Nov. 29, (skipping Saturday), then again Sunday, Dec. 1, and Monday, Dec. 2. Coastal Harvest is accepting any items that are useable, clean and in good repair. “Please keep us in mind when you decide you have things you may no longer need,” said Lyn Silverman of Coastal Harvest. Bring a non-perishable food item to the yard sale and receive a ticket for a door prize drawing. Coastal Harvest also holds an ongoing program of giving clothing to those in need and are in desperate need of clothes racks. Coastal Harvest also accepts refundable cans and bottles. Anyone who has something to donate or who wants more information, can call Silverman at 541-347-1585 or email her at bandonlyn@yahoo.com. Coastal Harvest is located in the Seventh Day Adventist gymnasium at 10th and Elmira. They are open 8 -10:30 a.m. on Wednesdays. Coastal Harvest is a gleaning group that helps low income people with food. People are asked to join as a member and give eight hours a month in volunteer service. In return, they receive a box of food every Wednesday. Those wishing to send a check can make it payable to Coastal Harvest, P.O. Box 1122 Bandon, OR 97411.

Bread Booth at Hennick’s Ladies Night Shortbread anyone? Sausage rolls or snickerdoodles? All of these and many more holiday goodies will be available at the Bread Booth, sponsored by Presbyterian Women of Bandon. The sale takes place noon-6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, at Hennick’s Home Center during its annual Ladies Night. All sale proceeds help support local groups, including Good Neighbors Food Bank, VFW Auxiliary, T.H.E. House and the Women's Safety and Resource Center. Hennick’s Ladies Night will be held 4-6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3. The first 50 people who purchase more than $5 will receive a free gift bag. The event features free gift wrapping, goodies and hot cider, balloon prizes or discounts on every purchase. Those attending can enter for a chance to win a spa day at Vicki G’s (must be present to win).

Craft Faire vendors needed Vendors are needed for the Coastal Harvest Holiday Craft Faire coming up on Friday, Dec. 6, and Saturday, Dec. 7. The Craft Faire will be at The Barn/Community Center next to City Park 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both days. For more information, please call Lyn Silverman 541347-1585 or email bandonlyn@yahoo.com.

Spinners to meet No Lazy Kates will be spinning at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Wool Company, 990 Highway 101 in Bandon. Visitors are welcome. Call Isabel Buschman at 541-347-3115 for more information.

November/December library art on display Erica Rae Brown’s photography is featured at the Bandon Pubic Library’s gallery for November and December. Title of the show is “A Family Affair.” From Brown: Propaganda turned on its head and that head being part of a tongue and cheek. “A Family Affair” seeks to simultaneously project clashes and unities in a rising tide of queer equality with a changing face of traditional family.” Brown is a visual artist and a true product of the west. Born in Fairbanks, Alaska and raised in Seattle, she has honed her multimedia production skills in Tahoe and Portland and is now settled in Los Angeles. Brown works primarily in portraiture, capturing the unique face of a changing America. June Hendricks’ art marker show, “Eclectic Ambrosia,” also is featured in November and December in the library’s glass cases. From Hendricks: “Last October, I decided one day after doodling and drawing for decades while in meetings or on the pages of phone books or just about anywhere, that I would get my colored pens and do what I did in color. I wanted to be able to draw things and make

faces and do what I wanted, but my pens took me elsewhere and it has been a journey of unexpected pleasure. It is like unloading my brain on paper in color.” “Eclectic Ambrosia” is Hendricks’ second showing, the first not being a sale. She is a retired 65-year-old woman, who lives in Myrtle Point and finds contentment in her small farm community.

Orford will give a presentation on art glass as part of the “Interesting Langlois” series. The presentation will begin at 6 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 21, at the Langlois Public Library. The library has been adding many new books, DVDs and new magazine subscriptions. New magazines include National Geographic Kids, Martha Stewart Living and the Oregon Historical Quarterly.

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Brookings bazaar this weekend Enjoy the largest holiday bazaar on the southern Oregon coast this weekend. Visit the 44th annual Brookings Community Holiday Bazaar from 9 a.m. p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16. “Friends meet friends, old and new, and find incredible bargains in a delightful variety of handcrafted items,” said a spokeswoman. The Lavender Lady of Bandon will join more than 100 vendors in two back-to-back gyms at Brookings Harbor Azalea Middle School and the Brookings High School.

The 17th annual Holiday Crafts Fair takes place from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 22 and 23. Sponsored by the Langlois Lions and the Friends of the Langlois Public Library. The fair will be at Langlois Lions Hall, 48136 Floras Loop Road, just south of Langlois. There will be vendors with unique crafts and wares. For those interested in lunch, it will be available 11 a.m.-2 p.m. by Tasty Kate’s. Parking is plentiful, the shopping will be stellar and the food is delicious, according to organizers. For more information, call 541-348-2066.

Preppers will meet in Coos Bay

‘Nutcracker’ on stage at SWOCC

Southwestern Oregon Preppers will hold a meeting at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, at the Coos Bay Fire Department, 450 Elrod, Coos Bay. The main topic is “20 Real Survival Lessons from World War Z (the movie) and more.” This is a free public meeting to get to know fellow local preppers in southwestern Oregon counties and to exchange information and ideas. It is important for individuals to understand that they will be “on their own” in the event of a disaster and not to depend on receiving outside help. Join Southwestern Oregon Preppers on Facebook and/or meetup.com.

The Nutcracker will be onstage at the Hales Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, Nov. 23. Shows are at 3 p.m. and again at 6:30 p.m. on the Southwestern Community College campus. This performance is being presented by Dance Umbrella for South Coast Oregon. Tickets are available at Checkerberry’s Flowers and Gifts and at the Pacific School of Dance in Coos Bay. Tickets cost $20 for adutls and $15 for youth (12 and younger). Tickets also are available at the door, adults, $25 and youth, $15.

Open house for Coquille Carousel workshop An open house for the Coquille Carousel workshop will be held 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, at 117 N. Central, Coquille. Everyone is invited to visit with master carver Ken Means and his wife Betty. Local carvers will be in attendance showing various stages in carving their dream-figures. See the special tools in use. Join in with these charming carvers in learning to carve a flower, medallion or start your own animal creation! Coffee, tea and cookies will be offered and a Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting will take place at 1 p.m. The monthly carousel meeting will be at 4 p.m.

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Carousel raffle A porcelain 12-piece Lladro Nativity Scene has been donated to the Carousel Coquille Association to raffle off to raise funds for the building of a Carousel in Coquille along state Highway 42. The nativity pieces are currently on display in the front window of Frazier’s downtown Bakery Coquille. The Lladro figurines are valued at more than $4,000. Raffle tickets are on sale for $5 each and available at the Carousel Workshop, 117 N. Central; the Coquille Chamber of Commerce office; the Community Coquille Building, 115 N. Birch, Coquille; Judy’s New Image, 18 E. Sixth St. and at the OSU Extension office, Myrtle Point. Have questions or want a list of more locations to purchase raffle tickets? Call Linda at 541-3962579.

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Ray’s raises money for Principal breast cancer research BANDON — Ray’s Food Place announced today that Pink R, its annual October campaign to raise funds for local breast cancer research and awareness organizations, raised $73,344.40 to support the work of local foundations. The funds were raised by employees during October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, by asking customers to “round-up” their grocery order to the nearest dollar amount. Rocky Campbell, vice president of operations and team captain for the sixstore team that won the inter-company fundraising competition, said his team was “passionate about the Pink R cause and many knew individuals affected so they really got excited to help.” The connection to the cause by all Ray’s store employees and the generosity of our Ray’s customers helped us to raise a phenomenal amount this year, he added. All of the funds raised will support the 14 different local organizations, which provide a range of varying services related to the fight against cancer. Since 2007, Ray’s Pink R Program has raised more than $400,000 for local breast cancer awareness and research organizations. Organizations were identified and nominated by local stores for inclusion in the program. This year, the Pink R program supported: ■ Bree’s Foundation for Breast Cancer

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Awareness and Education — Southern Coos Health Center Foundation, Bandon ■ CC’s Clothes for Cancer — Brookings-Harbor ■ Douglas County Cancer Services — Roseburg ■ Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital — Newport ■ Willamette Valley Cancer Center — Breast Cancer Research, Eugene ■ Women’s Imaging Center at Three Rivers Community Hospital, Grants Pass ■ Providence Community Health Foundation — Leila J. Eisenstein Breast Center, Medford ■ Samaritan Hospital — North Albany ■ Willamette Valley Cancer Foundation — McMinnville ■ St. Charles Medical Center — Sara’s Project, Bend ■ Relay for Life — American Cancer Society, Eureka, Calif. ■ Sponsoring Survivorship — Lake County, Kelseyville, Calif. ■ Mercy Medical Center North, Mount Shasta, Calif. ■ Mayer’s Hospital — Fall River Mills, Calif.

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of Belletti’s main goals and she is passionate about advancing curriculum and technology for the school. Her job also includes implementing new state and federal goals and mandates, including teacher evaluations, proficiency standards and the dual credit program, all of which must be implemented this year and in place by next September. Dual credit classes award students college as well as high school credits through approved curriculum. By next fall, Belletti hopes to have at least four teachers certified to offer dual credit classes. Those tasks alone could easily take up much of her day, but she has help from a supportive staff as well as support and great rapport with Superintendent Diane Buche. “I’ve found the teachers here easy to work with and we have a few new staff members who bring new energy, balanced with seasoned staff members who bring that experience, and everyone’s on board with moving forward,” Belletti said. Belletti said at the high school level, every decision a student makes affects his or her future. And she wants all of them to succeed. “Our job is to get our kids ready for post-secondary experiences, including trade schools, school-to-work, twoyear or four-year colleges and not everyone learns the same way,” Belletti said. “I want to make it fun for kids. I want them

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Biologist Stuart Love, ODFW traded 607 acres of land it owned near Lakeside at Eel Lake adjacent to Tugman State Park for two wetland pieces totaling 510 acres owned by Bandon Biota. One of those parcels is located at Winter Lake near the cedar shake mill in Coquille — an area that floods yearly — and the other near Beaver Slough on North Bank Lane along the Coquille River, where the road intersects with U.S. Highway 101 and leads down to North Bank. ODFW and other partners plan to restore the Winter Lake area to benefit threatened coho salmon and other fish species and to provide nesting and feeding areas for a wide range of wildlife. Love is in the process of writing a draft management plan, which, when complete, will be

A busy job Sabrina Belletti is settling into her new role as Bandon High School principal with a busy schedule and an ambitious agenda. to want to come to school.” To that end, Belletti modified the bell schedule this year to give students five minutes rather than three between classes, as well as a 10-minute break mid-morning. “We have high expectations and we should treat the students with respect, so I have to trust that they will use that five minutes well and get to class on time.” Belletti also gives out Tiger Token incentives and will soon reopen the student store. The new bell schedule allows students to attend an adviser period every Wednesday, where teachers address curriculum. Currently, they are working on writing skills, a focus of every teacher. Another goal she has to facilitate learning is to

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make the school wireless to allow technology in the classroom, but there is no funding to bring BHS to that standard. Belletti is busily looking for grants and welcomes any ideas. Juggler, multi-tasker, organizer are words to describe Belletti. She moved from teaching to administration because it has a wider reach. “When you’re in the classroom, you’re making a difference in the lives of 30 kids,” She said. “But as principal, I feel I can help more students. It’s making changes at a different level. It’s a bigger system to meet more needs at a higher level and it’s also about being innovative with limited resources.” “I love working with adults and staff too,” she added. “I love my job, I really do. It’s really busy, all of the time.”

■ from Page A1 presented to the ODFW Commission to be drafted, then will be discussed at public meetings where verbal and written comments will be taken and considered in the plan’s final draft. Monday’s meeting is the fourth one involving stakeholders. “The meetings with stakeholders are providing me with input regarding the management plan I’m writing,” Love said Tuesday. “Part of the management of one of the properties, Winter Lake, will involve restoration to benefit fish habitat, especially coho salmon, which are on the endangered list. It’s an effort to get them off the list.” Another important element of the restoration plan is to provide public access to the land for wildlife-related recreation, including wildlife viewing, fishing and

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the creation of new service delivery sites providing comprehensive primary and preventive care services. These grants will help provide care to an 13,000 estimated Oregonians. Nationwide, $150 million was awarded under the Affordable Care Act to support 236 new health center sites across the country, according to U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. The investments will help care for approximately 1.25 million additional patients nationwide. “Health centers are key partners in the improving access to quality, affordable health care services for those who need it most,” Sebelius said in a press release. “With new, affordable health insur-

hunting. Love said the Tugman property didn’t provide as many possible public opportunities as the land they acquired. ODFW approached Bandon Biota to negotiate the trade. Bandon Biota acquired the Beaver Slough wetlands property from Resources Roseburg recently, and has owned the Winter Lake property for a few years. ODFW has no plans to acquire additional property in the area, Love said. “It’s important to stress that we are not the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,” Love said. “We are a different agency with different goals and objectives.” Love said he hopes to have a draft plan done after Jan. 1, then after public vetting, hopes to have it in place by next summer.

■ from Page A1 ance options available under the Affordable Care Act, community health centers are also key partners in helping uninsured residents sign up for health coverage — many of whom have been locked out of the health insurance market for years.” Next week: What does this mean for Bandon and South Coast residents? An interview with Bandon Community Health Center Executive Director Linda Maxon.

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Volunteers needed for community holiday meal BANDON — The Bandon Community Thanksgiving Holiday Meal will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 28, at The Barn/Community Center, 1200 11th St. SW in Bandon City Park. A community Thanksgiving service will be at noon on Thanksgiving Day in a different room at the same location — The Barn. Participants are welcome to have their meal either before or after the service. The service is an offering

of the Bandon Ministerial Association and everyone is welcome to attend. Everyone is welcome to enjoy the free meal as well, regardless of income. The meals started more than 20 years ago as a way for people to enjoy the holiday with others. Last year, more than 300 meals were served or delivered to homebound people at both the Thanksgiving and Christmas meals, according to organizers. The meal will consist of turkey, ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, stuff-

ing, yams, vegetables, coleslaw, cranberry sauce, roll, assorted desserts, and beverages. Donations will be accepted at the door. To volunteer to serve, call Ginny Hall at 541347-5703 or 541-4044702. To donate desserts or to volunteer for miscellaneous jobs, not including serving (dishwashing, greeting, etc.), call Marge Scott at 541-347-4224. To have this Thanksgiving meal delivered to a homebound person, call Theo Stanley at 541-347-4307.

13th annual Bus Jam event benefits entire South Coast By Amy Moss Strong Bandon Western World

On the first Saturday of next month, Dec. 7, KDOCK 92.9 FM, in partnership with First Student Bus Company, Bi-Mart, the Department of Human Services, Rotary and The World and Bandon Western World newspapers, broadcast for five hours, rain or shine, to encourage residents to make a donation to Bus Jam. This is the 13th year of the event, and the second year in Bandon. A Bandon School District bus will be parked at the Bandon Shopping Center and US Cellular employees, along with Bandon Rotary and Bandon High School Interact club members will accept donations of toys and clothes for children of all ages and non-perishable food from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Donation boxes also

are in various businesses throughout Bandon, including US Cellular and Bandon Western World. Other locations will be announced soon. People in Coos Bay and North Bend can donate on Bus Jam Saturday at the Coos Bay and North Bend Bi-Mart stores. In addition, the 2013 Bus Jam sign-up is under way. If you or someone you know is in need this holiday season, you or they can register by phone at 541-888-7037 from now until Wednesday, Dec. 11. Leave a message and from someone Department of Human Services will return the call for confirmation. You or they also can register in person at the Newmark Center on the SWOCC Campus, Room 124 beginning the week after Thanksgiving or online at kdcq.com. Adult family members will be asked to

show proof of children living in their home. Toy distribution will take place Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Newmark Center. Low income families with children are invited to shop the collection for free. Each year, approximately 700 children receive holiday gifts through the program. Bus Jam, K-DOCK, DHS and Rotary make no guarantees that all who register will be served, but will do their best to accommodate everyone. Donations of food will be distributed through South Coast Food Share to Coos County food banks. “All your donations, every single penny, every single toy and every can of food stays right here in County,” said Coos Stephanie Kilmer, one of the Bus Jam organizers. “It’s neighbor helping neighbor and a community united.”

Author Night features ‘Rivers of America’ BANDON — The next Author Night, sponsored by the Bandon Library Friends and Foundation, will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18, at the Bandon Public Library, 1204 11th St. S.W. in City Park. Port Orford author Tim Palmer will present from his “Rivers of America” book. Palmer is the awardwinning author of 22 books about rivers, conservation and adventure travel. He is a photographer of America’s natural landscapes and a dynamic public speaker with inspiring slide shows about a range of environmental topics. His writing, photography and adventure travel are all dedicated to conservation and each project

he undertakes is designed to reach people with an inspiring message to motivate them to care about the fate of our earth. Although drawn to wild and natural landscapes of all types, throughout his career Palmer has had a particularly strong love for rivers. An inveterate river lover, Palmer has canoed or rafted on 300 different rivers in the United States and Canada. His book, “Rivers of America,” captures the magic of rivers with 200 stunning images and four evocative essays. For more information, visit www.timpalmer.org. Everyone is welcome to this free event and refreshments will be served. Books will be available for purchase and Palmer will be signing copies.

Southwestern offers a look at ‘The Last Ocean’ COOS BAY — The Ross Sea is one of the least widely known seas. It is also the most pristine stretch of ocean on Earth. Scientists describe it as the last “living laboratory,” a place that can teach about the workings of all marine ecosystems. In coordination with Coos Surfrider Foundation and Coos Watershed Association, Southwestern Oregon Community College will present an 87minute documentary about the race to protect Earth’s last untouched ocean called “The Last Ocean.” Student Life and Events will be hosting a free viewing of the film at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, in the Hale’s Performing Arts Center. Through revelatory

interviews and breathtaking cinematography, the director explores the complexity of the world’s southern-most fishery where each summer an international fleet breaks through the ice to target the large and lucrative Antarctic Tooth fish. The fish are then re-branded to the more palatable name “Chilean Sea-bass” and are highly prized in the upmarket restaurants of New York and Asia. But Antarctic tooth fish are a top predator in the Ross Sea — lose them and the natural balance of the last pristine marine ecosystem on Earth will be lost forever. For more information, contact Nathan Helland at 541-888-7316 or nathan.helland@socc.edu.

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Marshall to speak at gender violence summit COOS BAY — State of Oregon U.S. Attorney General Amanda Marshall will be the featured speaker at the Say No Summit, which will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, at the Red Lion Hotel, 1313 N. Bayshore Drive, Coos Bay. The day-long summit is hosted by the Zonta Club of the Coos Bay Area and will focus on gender violence. Many local professionals who deal with the topic on a daily basis will speak or sit on a discussion panel for the summit. The list of speakers and panelists is available at www.zontacoosbay.org, as well as the complete schedule. Registration is open to the public. In addition to Marshall’s remarks, sessions on Wednesday will feature expert panels on the following topics: ■ The Causes of Gender Violence and How We Can Break the Cycle ■ How to Shift the Paradigm of Gender Violence ■ Perspectives on Gender Violence in Our Community ■ Sharing Community Needs & Resources, Discussing Solutions No Zonta Says (www.zontasaysno.com) is an international awareness campaign intended to support the United Nations’ International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. against “Violence women continues to be a problem that transcends nationality, income, or education,” said summit Margaret coordinator Melvin. “This local event aims to focus on how our community can work together more effectively to identify the root causes of gender violence.” Registration is required, but anyone is welcome to attend. Full day registration is $55; half-day with lunch, $30; and lunch with keynote speaker is $20. Fees includes lunch. Registration information can be found on the Zonta Club’s website: www.zontacoosbay.org. For more information about the event, contact Margaret Melvin at 541269-5225 or margaretkmelvin@frontier.com.

Lions food drive is under way The Bandon Lions are holding their annual food drive until Dec. 31. Food collection boxes are located at Ray’s Food Place and Price ‘n Pride. “Your help is needed to meet the demand,” said Lion Freddie Morehead, who helps organize the drive. All foods will be accepted except homeprocessed.

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Bread & Wine to host Beaujolais Nouveau Day BANDON — A wine tasting party for Remy Wines, as well as one of France’s most famous wine labels, will be held in Bandon on Thursday, Nov. 21, in Old Town at Bread & Wine, A Collection of Local Foods. The wine shop is located directly across the street from Bandon Coffee Cafe, just past the Old Town arches. The free tasting will be held from 5-8 p.m. Folks are invited to meet with friends at the local wine shop to enjoy several wines and accompanying tasty treats. Shop owner Nancy Evans was inspired by a time-honored French tradition. “It’s not just children who are looking forward to the holidays, we all want a reason to get the party started this year,” Evans said.“Looking forward to another year, a fresh start, is what keeps us positive and moving forward. So it is great news there is another way to begin the party season with what the French have been calling Beaujolais Nouveau Day for many years.” Always celebrated on the third Thursday in November, the grape growers and wine makers in a region in France bring out their newest bottled vintage way before its time to sample the newest wine they have made. Gathering together and making predictions of what the fully matured wine will be like in a few years has become a tradition for family and friends to celebrate, Evans explained. “It’s also a great excuse for a party,” she said. France isn’t the only place this tradition is taking hold. Wine makers of Oregon’s famous pinot noir are releasing some of their bottles from this year’s crop early, too. “So why not join them in their fun with a toast to the harvest and the holiday season to come?” Evans said. The fresh fruity new wines being introduced from Oregon and France are the ideal wines to serve with a holiday bird. “Finding the right turkey wine is always a challenge,” Evans said. “These light yet fullflavored “nouveau” style wines are perfect for the novice to wine tasting.” To learn more about one Oregon’s winery that is producing a Pinot Nouveau for 2013, visit http://www.remywines.com. For more information, call Evans at 541-347-9081.

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Hands & Tans offers full spa services from licensed professionals, including, from left, Jeanie Taylor, esthetician; Amanda Fuller, nail technician; Heather Brown, esthetician; Kellie Flynn, owner and nail technician; Maria Forty, massage therapist; and Amy Wernet, massage therapist. The new shop is located in the Bandon Shopping Center.

Pamper yourself at Hands & Tans By Amy Moss Strong Bandon Western World

BANDON — Hands and Tans is Bandon’s newest one-stop pamper shop and judging from recent accolades, customers are pleased with the treatment they receive. Located in the Bandon Shopping Center next to BeginAgains, Hands & Tans is owned by Kellie Flynn who has enlisted the services of two licensed nail techniHands & cians, a spray tanning booth, Tans Salon two licensed Bandon Shopping Center massage theraOwner Kellie Flynn pists and two Appointments: 541-329-1826 l i ce n se d estheticians, offering all nails services, spa pedicures, gel manicures, facials, waxing, makeup applications, custom massages and Mystic Spray tans. The shop also features retail items, including a wide selection of handbags, lotions, handmade scrubs, skin care, nail care, scarves, sunglasses, body washes, self tanners and jewelry. Arranged with comfortable furniture and walls painted warm greens and browns dotted with tropical stencils and inspirational quotes, the shop is welcoming and spacious. Flynn was raised in Bandon and married her high school sweetheart, then went straight to beauty school. After beauty school, she worked for six months at Sherde’s, formerly located next door to her new shop. Flynn then went to work as a nail technician at the Hair Club south of town,

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Retail, too In addition to full spa services, Hand & Tans has retail items for sale. where she built up her clientele over her 15 years there. By then, she was ready to expand. “I really wanted to bring the new Mystic Spray tan to Bandon,” Flynn said. “People need to be more aware of protecting their skin and since Oregon is banning UV tanning for anyone 18 years old or younger on Jan. 1, I felt it was a real need in our area.” Flynn didn’t know what to do with the large newly rented space. “I felt it was just too big for me and I also wanted to add retail, so my husband and I decided to add rooms and do a full day spa,” she said. Soon Heather Brown and Jeanie Taylor, both licensed estheticians, joined the team, specializing in custom facials, waxing and

make-up application. Brown, a Bandon High School graduate, has been working at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort but also has been a licensed esthetician for six years and is “finally following her dream,” Flynn said. Taylor, who lives in Coos Bay, also has been licensed for six years and is new to the area. Then came Amanda Fuller, a licensed nail technician, who worked at Bandon Baking Co. for several years and was doing nails on the side. “Amanda decided to dive in full-time to help me with the overwhelming number of walk-ins,” Flynn said. Recently, two more were added to the Hands & Tans team: Maria Forty and Amy Wernet, both licensed massage therapists. Forty has been licensed for four years and practices with Dr. Loudenbeck, a chiropractic, in Coos Bay and Bandon. Wernet, who also works at Jeffrey’s Spa and Bistro, is new to the industry, but Flynn said her background as a nurse makes her naturally intuitive to people’s needs. Just three months after Hands & Tans opened, it was nominated in The World newspaper’s Best of the South Coast as best manicure/pedicure salon and also made favorites in the spa/salon and massage categories. “I’m so excited and grateful for the support I’ve gotten from my family and my home town,” Flynn said. “If it wasn’t for the clients I’ve had from the beginning, this wouldn't be possible.” Flynn encourages everyone to come see the shop and experience what Hands & Tans has to offer — and don’t forget to ask about packages and parties.

Experience the difference quality dental care makes BANDON — Dr. Paul Pantleo has been in Bandon for more than a year and has steadily built up his practice at Bandon Coastal Dental, where his slogan is “gentle care at affordable prices.” Bandon Coastal Dental offers a full, comprehensive range of cosmetic and general dental services with the goal of a clean, attractive and healthy mouth for each patient. “At Bandon Coastal Dental, we provide exceptional dental care based on people’s individual needs,” Pantleo said. “We see patients of all ages and offer a wide range of services. We want you to be able to maintain excellent dental health for your entire lifetime.” Bandon Coastal Dental has state-ofthe-art equipment and sterilization techniques to ensure dental health, safety and exceptional patient care. Pantleo was born and raised on a farm in Pueblo, Colo., southeast of Denver. He graduated from college in Pueblo, obtained a Master’s Degree in psychology in New Mexico and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in psychology at the prestigious

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University of Colorado in Boulder. He was employed by the National Institutes of Mental Health, Department of Health, Education and Welfare and the Colorado State University of Pueblo. He later attended the University of Colorado, School of Dentistry where he graduated in 1977. He has been in private practice for more than 30 years and has consulted many offices on practice management and patient care. Pantleo is married and lives in Bandon with his wife and two West Highland terriers (Westies) named Mango and Papaya. His interests include writing, archeology, astronomy, art and cooking. He has published two novels available on Amazon.com. He and his wife enjoy crabbing, fishing and walking along the beach with their Westies.

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Coastal Dental team From left, Brandy LaPlante, Brenda Bowman, Dr. Paul Pantleo and Kim Pantleo. Pantleo prides himself on the care his office provides patients and promises they will never be lectured in his office. “From the first welcoming phone call, you will see the difference in the care we provide,” he said. “All team members are committed to helping you have a relaxed visit.We believe you have a right to explain your dental concerns and needs before we suggest a treatment plan.”

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211 Health Care HEALTHCAREJOBS! Now filling the following Nursing Positions: CNAs, LPNs, RNs and Med Aids. $2000 Bonus + FREE Gas. Call AACO for details. 1-800-656-4114. OCAN

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COMPUTER CRANKY? No need to put up with annoying problems - the frustration isn’t worth it. Call Jeff at TechSupport, the computer professional Bandon businesses have relied on since 1994. Helping home and business computer users in Coos and Curry counties. V/MC/D/AMEX - call 541-297-3915. DIVORCE $155. Complete preparation. Includes children, custody, support, property and bills division. No court appearances. Divorced in 1-5 weeks possible. 503-772-5295. www.paralegalalternatives.com legalalt@msn.com OCAN Gain strength, courage and confidence in your health! Bandon Community Health Center is the place that can help your entire family be healthy. We care, we listen, we’re here! 541-347-2529. 780 SE 2nd Street, Ste 7 (the two story blue building on 101). WELCOME NEW PATIENTS! Hands & Tans Has 30 min massage with a spa pedicure for $60 all day everyday. Come experience why we Won The Best Of The south coast for Manicure/Pedicure & Massage. We are your 1 stop pamper shop for Nails, Gel Manicures, Spa Pedicures, Massage, Facials,Waxing, Make-up Applications and Spray Tans. Come on in or give us a call, 541-329-1826. Just because your toes don’t show, doesn’t mean your nails don’t grow. Come to HANDS & TANS for your Winter Spa Pedicures. 541.329.1826 LOVE YOUR car? So do we. Fast, friendly, guaranteed service. Collision Repair, Auto Refinishing, Auto Glass, A/C service. Napier Auto Body, 541-347-3219. We are approaching a new year and many dental benefits are renewing. Don’t forget to schedule an appointment before 2014 to best use your dental insurance. Call Pahls Family Dentistry at 541-396-2242. Conveniently located in Coquille!

304 Financing November Loan of the Month: Let’s talk Turkey! IF you haven’t refinanced yet, IF you think you’ve missed the boat - call and check today. Gobble up the low rates and options still available. Call today for details…. Keeli Gernandt 541-347-9992, Eagle Home Mortgage, NMLS 590542. Equal Opportunity Lender, this is not a commitment to lend.

306 Jobs Wanted A REPAIR Guy - Quality Home, rental & vacation repairs and remodeling. Paul 541-347-3383. CCB# 150603. BANDON DESIGNS LLC. Local, licensed construction company: new homes; remodels. Give the ultimate gift this holiday season: our custom-built Treefrog Treehouses, fun for the entire family. We work with area artisans to create special spaces. www.bandondesigns.com 541-551-0865. CCB#201002. DRAGON CLOCK & Camera, certified clock maker. Quality clock and camera repair- call Cliff @ 541-404-4488 DUMP HAULING: appliances, metal, misc. construction, wood, editing. Since ‘92, Paul 541-396-2901. ENGLAND BROTHERS PAINTING LLC, lic. #200682, now available for interior painting for the winter. Call 541-551-0920 or 541-347-4433. EXCAVATION, SITE prep, stump removal, clearing, road repair and rock, gravel, sand available. Wm. Strebendt Trucking & Excavating. 541-347-5104 CCB #176198. Interest List for future openings: Independent Contract Newspaper Carrier. Contact Susana Norton at 541-269-1222 ext. 255

ONCE A WEEK DELIVERY The World Link- Free Paper. Contact Susana Norton at 541-269-1222 ext. 255 PIANO TUNER/ technician, 3rd generation. Serving all of Del Norte, Curry County and Bandon. Very reasonable & eager to earn your patronage. The most discerning of references proudly offered. Richard Jungman, 707-464-9829. SENIORS: DRIVER AVAILABLE for people who need regular trips (1 to 3X a week or more) to their Dr.’s appts., shopping, etc. Rae, 541-332-0229.

Notices 400 401 Adoptions

Sales Account Executive The World is seeking another member for our great team of sales professionals. We are looking for an experienced, outgoing, creative, detail-oriented individual to join our team of professional advertising representatives and creative staff. As a sales consultant with The World you will handle an established account list while pursuing new business. You will manage the creation, design and implementation of advertising campaigns as well as identify, create and implement product strategies. You will make multi-media presentations, work with the public and must have a proactive approach to customer service. As part of Lee Enterprises, The World offers excellent earnings potential and a full benefits package, along with a professional and comfortable work environment focused on growth opportunities for employees. We are an equal opportunity, drug-free workplace and all applicants considered for employment must pass a post-offer drug screen and background/DMV check prior to commencing employment. Please apply online at http://www.lee.net/careers.

478 Christmas

AUTHOR NIGHT - Monday, Nov. 18, 7pm at Bandon Library. “Rivers of America,” by Tim Palmer, the award-winning author of 22 books about rivers, conservation, and adventure travel. Everyone welcome, no cost to attend, refreshments served. Sponsored by Bandon Library Friends/Foundation.

ADOPTION: Love, compassion and opportunities await your child. Medical and living expenses paid. Can we help each other? Call Shari’s Oregon attorney at (800)594-1331 OCAN Adoption-Happily married couple wish to adopt a child. Promise love, laughter, security for your child. Expenses paid. Call or Text Kate & Tim 302-750-9030 OCAN

406 Public Notices 2 LOONS CAFE open for full brunch and lunch menu every Saturday and Sunday 8 am - 3 pm. Call for box lunches to go during the week. 541-329-0691. Behind the post office. Alzheimer’s and Dementia Patient Family Support Group meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 10:30 am to 12:00 PM in the Heritage Place Community Banquet Room. For more information please call 541-347-7502. ANNE CRAIG & JENNIFER BOLIN at It’s All About You Salon & Spa are offering a $75 facial/ pedicure special for the month of November. Gift certificates & Saturday appointments available. Credit cards accepted. Stop by or call 541-347-3701.

BREWED AWAKENINGS will be closed one day only November 14th. Starting November 18th we will be open 7am to 4pm weekdays and 8am to 2 pm weekends. We now have fresh handpicked cranberries available for your holiday gifting, cooking and eating. 490 Hwy 101, 541-347-1970. COFFEE WITH a Councilor. City Councilor Nancy Drew will be at Brewed Awakenings this Saturday morning from 10 - 11 listening to your suggestions for making Bandon a better place to live. DAILY LUNCH specials at Bandon Coffee Café - burgers, deli sandwiches with housemade potato salad or side green salad or fresh chips! (Like us on Facebook, for our daily specials). FREE 2014 CALENDARS! Hennick’s Home Center, 88296 Hwy. 42 South, gives you a choice! Lighthouses Sentinels of the Sea - or Classics in appreciation of the automobile industry. Pick one up while the supply lasts! FREE HOMESTYLE Dinner, provided by E.A.T. (Everyone at Table) every Tues. 5:30 - 6:30 PM at The Barn. Donations accepted. 541-404-2268. EAT is an Equal Opportunity Provider. IF YOU USED THE BLOOD THINNER PRADAXA and suffered internal bleeding, hemorrhaging, required hospitalization or a loved one died while taking Pradaxa between October 2010 and the present. You may be entitled to compensation. Call Attorney Charles H. Johnson 1-800-535-5727 OCAN JOIN US to SEW for charity @ Ladies Dew Valley Club. Quilts, potholders, cutlery for sale. Mon 8-3. 5 mi S Bandon. 541-347-9513. PIZZA SPECIALS: U Bake Giant. Mon. 1 Topping $10. Tues. Veggie $11. Wed. Hawaiian $11. Thurs. 1/2 & 1/2 $11. Fri. Combo $16. Sat. House $12. Sun. Mama’s $12. Bandon Pizza, Bandon Shopping Center, next to Tiffany’s. 541-347-9448 Visa/ MC/ food stamps. Bake + $1. Pizza by the slice, $2.50, 11-6. Open Sunday 1-7. For menu, see bandonpizza.com RIVERSIDE STUDIO & Gallery near Old Town. 346 Riverside Dr. Locally made sculpture, pottery, basketry, twig furniture, paintings, warm hats, jewelry. Tu.-Sat. 11-4. 541-551-0071 Sage Place Drop In Fusing Studio closed Fri. Nov. 15 due to previously scheduled workshops. 541-329-0303 SEA STAR BISTRO now serving handcrafted beer, including organics & gluten-free, for dine in or take out. Fresh homemade clam chowder, salads, sandwiches, Baja style seafood tacos, kids menu & more. 230 Second St. SE, Old Town. 541-290-1819. Hours: 11am-4pm Tues.-Sat. Phone orders welcome. www.seastarbistro.com for full menu. SEASONED FIREWOOD, cord. Fir/ hardwood 541-290-6172.

$150/ mix.

SPECIAL: Grandma Judy’s gourmet mac & cheese. Pacific Blues Natural Cafe, Wine Bar, Espresso, OldTown. THE 15th LAUREL Grove Pottery Seconds Sale will be Saturday, November 23, at the Bandon Library. VEGETARIAN SATURDAYS AT JEFFREY’s. Delicious, Healthy Food. SATURDAYS: 10-6pm at Jeffrey’s Bistro. Vegan Brunch Available. Soup, Salad, Chili Take-Out all week! Hwy 101 and Beach Loop Dr. 541-217-0564 Water will be turned off and fish cleaning tables closed for the season in the marina and Weber’s Pier on Friday 11/15. Port Office - 541-347-3206.

407 Personals I LOVE Lisa’s Yoga Class at Bandon Fitness! It’s a great way to start the day! Cindy Walters

$35.00

$15.00

Make Your Holiday Gifts at $45.00 Sage Drop in Fusing Studio $20.00 Thursday - Saturday*, 1pm-5pm

No Experience Needed,$55.00 projects range $5 and up 525 11th St. SE, (541) 329-0303 $59.95 *Studio closed 11/9, 11/15 & 11/28

THE HOLIDAYS HAVE ARRIVED at Bandon Mercantile! Beautiful Christmas ornaments and glittery greenery, icicles, ceramics and table decor. All at great prices. Hwy. 101 & Elmira.

486 Thanksgiving

HOLIDAYS SPECIAL! Coffee Break will publish a page of special ads for Thanksgiving and Christmas to wish your customer “Happy Thanksgiving” or “Merry Christmas” Order your space reservation today. Don’t wait limited space available. Please contact Sandy at 541-347-2423, ext. 21, sandy.stevens@theworldlink.com SPECIAL THANKSGIVING DINNER at The Loft Restaurant. We will serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal with our eclectic flair. Space is limited, for reservations call 541-329-0535.

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Services 425 428 Housekeeping NOVEMBER CARPET CLEANING SPECIAL: professionally steam cleaned half price! Call 541-260-4495. Vickie E. Cleaning now offering Carpet & Window cleaning. Call Vickie Eichelberger @ 541-404-7336 today!

430 Lawn Care LAWN MAINTENANCE. Good, dependable service. Give us a try! CCB #193875. JBJ Tree & Lawn Service, 541-260-8166. PATRICK MYERS TREE SERVICE. Certified arborist. 40 yrs. exp. Free estimates. 541-347-9124 or 541290-7530. Lic. #116632. Stump grinding, hazardous removal, pruning hedges and brush clipping. Serving Bandon area since 1995. TREE SERVICE, hazardous removal, brush cleanup, site clearing. CCB#193875. Senior & Veterans’ discounts. Accepting all major credit cards. John, 541-260-8166, JBJ Tree & Lawn Service.

PUBLISHER’S NOTICE All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitations or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.

504 Homes for Sale *BUYING REAL ESTATE IN BANDON? Allen & Company Real Estate LLC can help! From finding the best value through managing a successful purchase - for great service with a big smile CALL PENNY NOW at 541-290-5694 or 541-329-0497. It’s a terrific time to buy Bandon real estate!

Coquille: 3 bdrm 1 bath, w/attached garage, fenced back yard w/apple tree, hardwood floors, fireplace w/ insert, vinyl windows & siding. $139,000. 541-260-3919 FOR SALE Bandon: $150,000. Cedar Sided Cottage, 2 Bed, 1 Bath, Near Old Town.1202 sq ft. Forced air heat. Garage, RV-hookups. Century 21 Best Realty, Inc. 541-347-9431. RMLS# 13417047. FOR SALE Bandon: $149,000. Great country location, new vinyl windows, newer roof, 1.31 ac lot, garden area, small tool shed. Century 21 Best Realty, Inc. 541-347-9431. RMLS# 13074817.

451 Classes FREE COMPUTER CLASSES. Google Forms Mon. 11/18, 1 pm at Library; MS Word Wed 11/20, 11 am at Library; Photo Lab Wed. 11/20, 6 pm at Library; Lab Tue 11/21, 1 pm at Youth Center; Google Lab Sat. 11/23, 10:30 am at Library. More info and register at Bandon Library or online at http://cyberlynxoregon.org

Holidays 475

APARTMENTS AVAILABLE Small Studio C.B. $350. Studio N.B. $425. Large Studio C.B. $450. Small 1 Bedroom C.B. $450 Large 1 Bedroom C.B. $495. Call for info.

541-297-4834 Willett Investment Properties Cedar Grove Apts. in North Bend currently has a 3 bdr. vacant unit. Income to qualify, credit and criminal background check required. Call Tina at 541-756-1882 or come in at 2090 Inland Dr. North Bend. COOS BAY 2 bdrm apartment. Hurry!! This dazzling apt. won’t last long. Spacious, W/D hookup. Your own carport and lawn mowed by landlord. Very clean, quiet, friendly neighbors and staff. Drive in and look. 1705 Newmark #7. Manager on site. Sorry, no pets. No indoor smoking. 541-888-6078 before 9 pm.

North Bend One bed. close to shopping & schools. W/G incl. No pets/smoking. $495/$400 dep. 1189 Virginia #2 541-267-0125 or 541-297-6752

604 Homes Unfurnished Nice, clean 3 bedroom w/ office, hardwood floors, yard, garage and outbuilding, W/S paid. No pet/ no smoking. $950/mth. 541-759-2272 or 541-404-4247 1/2 hr. to Bandon Dunes. Waterfront newly renovated 3 bdrm, $800 mo. 541-332-1110. nella@oldcityhallcoquille.com 3 bed 1 bath w/ detached garage and Boat house on N. Ten Mile lake. $700 plus Dep. 541-759-2958 BANDON PROPERTY Management, LLC. Bandon Beach Vacation Properties, LLC. We manage and rent vacation rentals, residential and commercial property. State licensed - open 7 days a week. Call for free property evaluation, 541-347-4801. Clean 2+ BR. 1 Bth. Unfurnished home in North Bend w/sun porch, garage. Wind free area near Simpson Park. Wood Stove, Appliances, dishwasher, W/D hook ups. $800 first, last. Call Brooks at 541-808-1009 Coos Bay: Older One bedroom home, With small garage, Refrigerator, Stove, Electric heat, $550 plus Deposit. Approved pet okay. Call 541-290-0295

COQUILLE: Immaculate 3 bd. 2 bath home. Close to town. Includes refrig, stove, dishwasher. Nice deck off back and separate small shop/storage. Room to park RV or boat. No Smoking allowed. No pets allowed. Good rental references. $800 month/$900 sec dep. Call 541-260-5198. FOR RENT: 3 bdrm, 2 bath w/ laundry HU, garage, close to beach access, large yard including gardener. $975/mo. + sec. dep. 925-998-3763.

HOUSE FOR SALE: Large living Room w/ Sunporch. Formal Dinning Room- 3 Bedrooms/ 2 Bth, open kitchen. 2 car Garage plus Shop. Was $179,000 NOW $165,000. Call 541-267-3639.

505 Lots/Acreage FOR SALE Bandon: $37,000. Large lot in new subdivision near the Beaches of Bandon! Neighborhood of beautiful, custom built homes! Century 21 Best Realty, Inc. 541-347-9431. RMLS# 13293535. Ocean View 1.35 acres at end of Road. Just south of Langlois. DEQ approved. City Water. Owners paid $145,000 plus added improvements. Their loss, your gain. $89,500. Call Fred at 541-290-9444, D. L. Davis Real Estate, 1110 Alabama, Bandon, Oregon 97411. Next to Umpqua Bank. 24 hr Notary.

Rentals 600 601 Apartments North Bend - 2 Bedroom

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Accepting Applications for waiting list for efficiency and 1 bedrooms units at Pine Village Apartments. This is a subsidized housing community. $15.00 Combined rent and utility payments typically do not exceed 30% of adjusted gross monthly income. W/S/G & Electric paid. On site laundry. Professional landscaping. Equal housing opportunity. 541-347-4221.

501 Commercial

THANK YOU TO HENNICKS. I won a swing at Ladies’ Night Out last year. I’ve enjoyed it all summer long! Thank you - Christine Groh.

BPH GENERAL Mtg. Nov. 14 @ 7pm, Sprague Theater. If you’re interested in community theater, come join us. BUD and IRIS LOSHBAUGH Memorial Service The Barn, Nov. 23, 2 p.m.

601 Apartments

Apartment - very clean/quiet, electric heat,extra large storage, NO pets or smoking, plush carpet, bay view, nice appliances, new paint, big carport, water/ garbage paid, $595/month with $750/deposit. Only good credit. References. Sign tenant code of conduct. Coin laundry on site. 2050 Meade- NB (off Virginia- one way/ downhill). 541-404-7499 8:00a.m. to 8:00p.m. 541-404-0610 Available Now! 3 bed. Townhouse in a park like setting. Stove/Fridge/Drapes. W/D Hook ups W/G pd. $530. Apply at 324 Ackerman 541-888-4762 NOW LEASING - Harvard Street Apartments is now leasing 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments. Call for leasing information, rent specials and application instructions. 541-347-7028.

FOR RENT: Weiss Estate home, beautiful 1/2 acre. Next to Bandon Dunes Golf. 3 bdrm, 3 bths w/ the 3rd bd/ 3rd bath in separate downstairs unit. Lg. eat-in kitchen, ceiling to floor windows, view of rhododendrons & pines. Upstairs deck. 2 car garage & RV parking. Huge storage space. 40-acre community lake. $1285/mo + sec. dep. Credit check. 541-404-3438. SIMPSONS HEIGHTS: 2-3 bedroom, 1.5 bath house. Wood floors/ fireplace. $925/month, + deposit. Pets negotiable. Available now! References required. 541-751-7999. 2 BEDROOM 1 BATH AVAILABLE NOW New remodel. Deck, $750 2 BEDROOM 1 BATH AVAILABLE 12/05. Double Garage $775. Both Have: Great View Dunes/Bay, Water paid, Large Yard, Pet nego. w/lease, NB Call 541-267-2508

607 Miscellaneous Rentals OLD BANDON BEACH MOTEL has weekly rentals starting at $150. 541-347-9451.

610 2-4-6 Plexes Available Now - 338 S. Wasson. 3 bedroom duplex, stove / frig / drapes. Laundry HU, fenced back yard, deck, 2 car garage. $645 mth - apply at 324 Ackerman. 541- 888-4762 FOR RENT: 3bd duplex w/storage. New carpet & paint. Landscaping /water/sewage inc. $725. Sm dog ok w/ref. Available now. Bandon Property Management, LLC, 541-347-4801.

611 Storage Units BANDON MINI-STORAGE. If you want to keep your valuables, store them in our temperature controlled units located at 50317 Hwy. 101 south, 541-347-1190; or at 88371 Hwy. 42S, 541-347-5040. We also have RV storage.


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614 Warehouses RENTALS & REAL ESTATE SPECIALS Choose any of these specials and add a photo for $5.00 extra.

708 Tots/Toys

710 Miscellaneous

755 Market Basket

FOR SALE: “State Farm” 18 wheeler by Nylint toys still in box $75. Call 541-347-1110 or 541-404-4327 to see.

Holiday Greeting cards, Art cards & 2014 Calendar by local artist Anthony Coulson: “Old Town Bandon Boardwalk at Christmas” & “Santa - The Day After.”.Over 31 card designs and 151 print images available. Collect them all at BANDON FARMERS MARKET in the ABC Art Print booth.

Countdown to Holiday Mkt. Old Town Marketplace Farmers/Artisan Mkt. Fridays & Saturdays 10AM-4PM. Open Through Dec. 14, 2013. On Bandon’s Waterfront.

709 Wanted to Buy CASH FOR your scrap gold or silver jewelry, dental, coins, etc. - or buy gold or silver bullion - all at CATYWAUMPUS. Free valuation made while you watch at Catywaumpus - here for you since 2008. Open weekdays 11 to 5 at 396 First St., or call 541-808-1001 for more info.

Rentals / Real Estate 1 1 week - 6 lines,

$35.00 Rentals / Real Estate 2 2 week - 6 lines,

$45.00

710 Miscellaneous

Rentals / Real Estate 3 3 week - 6 lines,

1000 Trails Camping Sights, great Christmas Gift. $2000 or Best Offer. Call 541-756-7473 or 541-290-1552

$55.00 Rentals / Real Estate 4

15th POTTERY SECONDS SALE. Bandon Library Meeting Room. November 23. 10-3.

4 week - 6 lines,

$59.95 All specials will appear in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, Wednesday Weekly, Online & Smart Mobile. All specials are category specific. There are no refunds on specials.

2 - 250ft. Rolls of Romex 10-2 W/ ground indoor Type NM-B wire. $140 per roll. Call 541-217-1096 2ND STREET GALLERY. Great selection for early gift shoppers. Fire & Light Glass, Kerry Brooks Pottery, Holly Yashi Jewelry, Silk Sensations Scarves. Outstanding works by local and Northwest artists and more. 210 2nd St. SE, Old Town, Bandon. 51-347-4133.

541-267-6278

Other Stuff 700 701 Furniture FOR SALE: lg. stuffed recliner $55. Floral sofa (by England), excellent, $295. Call 541-347-1110 or 541-404-4327 to see. FOR SALE: Hutch w/4 shelves on top & 2 doors below $200. Beautiful table lamp w/blue shade (nice) $19.50. Call 541-347-1110 or 541-404-4327. Large Computer desk $50. TV Stand $50. Yamaha Keyboard without stand $10. Call 702-373-4980 Love Seat $250. Coffee Table w/ 4 sm. tables $100. Soft Car Top Luggage carrier $10. Weed Eater used once $20. 702-373-4980 Nice condition Mattress & Box spring/ Simons deep sleep queen $150 OBO 541-7567473 or 541-290-1552

704 Musical Instruments

CLEARANCE SALE: Kiwanis Thrift Store is having a closeout sale during the month of November. Everything must go! Mon - Sat, 10a - 4p. DEVON’S BOUTIQUE HUGE SALE! Enjoy 20-50% Savings on tops, tunics, skirts, pants, jeans and more. We had to make room for our new 100% wrinkle resistant linen collection in stunning Fall colors. Come in and enjoy award winning service in a True Women’s Boutique. 92 Second St. Old Town Bandon. FOR SALE: lg. stuffed recliner $55. Floral sofa (by England), excellent, $295. Hutch w/4 shelves on top & 2 doors below $200. Beautiful table lamp w/blue shade (nice) $19.50. Acer 23” monitor w/keyboard $50; “State Farm” 18 wheeler by Nylint toys still in box $75. Dyson vacuum cleaner, xlnt $50. Call 541-347-1110 or 541-404-4327 to see.

WOOD PALLETS $4.00 Each or Make Offer. Call 541-756-5123. FREE CHRISTMAS item with every purchase at Our Thrift Store. Donations always welcome. 541-347-9832. GENTLY USED FURNITURE, antiques & collectibles. Twice Upon a Time, 20th St., across from city hall, Port Orford. 406-214-9176. GREAT XMAS GIFT! Like new portable massage table, mahogany & black. $125. 928-830-3526.

LOWREY ORGAN Works Great - We are down sizing. $200 OBO 541-404-8667

I will pick up & safely recycle your old computers, printers & monitors, CB, NB, CQ. No charge. 541-294-9107

Indoor 8’ Ficus Tree, 26 yrs. old. Transplanted into a $175 glazed ceramic pot. Was setting in corner. Asking $65. Call 541-269-2183

One 250 ft. Roll of Romex 10-3 W/ground Type NM-B indoor Wire $160. Call 541-217-1096

The very best SEASONED HARDWOOD, no green wood. $210 cord, includes delivery. 4x4x8. 541-751-0766. All pet ads includes Photos and must be classified in categories 801 to 824

776 Appliances KENMORE WASHER and dryer. 2 years old. Excellent condition. $300. 541-347-3383 or 216-337-6660.

Three boxes of Collated Galvanized Roofing Nails 1 1/2”.7,200 nails per box. $20 ea. 541-217-1096 WANTED: All or any unwanted scrap metal items whatsoever. Free pick-up. Open 7 days. 541-297-0271. WHEELCHAIR $25. Transport chair $50. 4 wheel walker $50. Power pole $80. Bath stool, cane, push walker $10 each. 541-347-3383 or 216-337-6660. Whitfield Fireplace Insert Stove, good condition. $600. 541-756-4707 or 541-404-4709

Market Place 750 753 Bazaars CHRISTMAS DECOR. SALE Some gift items. November 16 9am to 1pm First Christian Church 2420 Sherman ave. SOUTHERN COOS HOSPITAL Annual Employee Craft Fair. One day only! Friday, Nov. 15. Hours: 9am-3pm.

786 Art Supplies 25% off EVERYTHING in stock: cards, gifts, standard size mirrors, picture frames (4x6 - 20x24), square and oval frames, matboards (32x40), 5 types of glass (up to 36x48), 1/2” foamboards, hardware, POSTERS, giclee art printing, *Custom extra* 541-347-1716. M-F 9:30-5:30. 50219 Hwy 101, B.

790 Memorabilia FOR SALE: JFK Collectors. Books, Magazines, Newspapers “The torch is passed”. Call 541-269-0601

All Auto ads must be classified in categories 901 to 946

Good Ad - $10.00

Good Ad - $12.00

3 lines - 1 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, The World link, theworldlink.com and Smart Mobiles.

3 lines - 1 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, The World link, theworldlink.com and Smart Mobiles.

Better Ad - $12.00

Better Ad - $15.00

4 lines - 2 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, The World link, theworldlink.com and Smart Mobile.

(includes a photo) 6 lines - 2 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, The World link, theworldlink.com and Smart Mobile.

(includes boxing) 6 lines - 3 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, and The World and link, theworldlink.com Smart Mobile.

808 Pet Care BEACH DOG Grooming. Six mi. south of Bandon. Taking appointments, 541-290-1991. Like me on Facebook. MARY’S PET Sitting, livestock & much more. Leave your cares behind. 541-297-0073. mls_3@yahoo.com

Pet Cremation 541-267-3131

Pets/Animals 800 802 Cats

Best Ad - $25.00 (includes a photo & boxing) 6 lines - 3 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, and The World and link, theworldlink.com Smart Mobile.

909 Misc. Auto New Factory Rubber Floor Matts, for 2002 Dodge Caravan $100 541-756-4707 or 541-404-4709

917 Utility Trailers 2009 5x10ft. Cargo Trailer, White in color, Spare tire and all contents included. $1700. 541-430-3323

For Help placing your classified ads, call The Bandon Western World at 541-347-2423 Ask for CLASSIFIEDS!

Time could be running out of your

Coos Bay: Moving sale. Saturday, 11-16, 9-3. 1600 N.10th. St. Indoor, rain or shine. Books, Furniture, plus size Clothes, Jewelry, Beads and more!

Reedsport: HUGE Holiday Rummage Sale. Friday and Saturday, November 15th and 16th. 10am to 4pm. 909 Winchester Ave.

AUTO / VEHICLES / BOATS & TRAILERS

Best Ad - $17.00

754 Garage Sales

FALL INTO some of the best deals around at 101 The Marketplace of Bandon! Electronics, toys, furniture, art & so much more! 101 & Grand Ave., next to Face Rock Creamery. Thurs. 11-5, Fri/ Sat. 9-5, Sunday 11-5. 541-290-7030.

901 ATVs

756 Wood/Heating

Newer 100 Gallon Propane tank, 60% full. $450.00. Call 541-217-1096 ODDITY SHOP Mini Mall: 20%-50% sales. Gifts, antiques, decor, books. 60 W. 1st, Coquille, 541-396-3660.

803 Dogs

Lost: Last seen at home on Penny Rd.in Barview. Friday July 5, 2013. 9 yrs. old adult neutered male cat. Reward!! 541-888-0444.

803 Dogs Pure bread pocket Beagle puppies 25-35lbs full grown. 1 Male, 1 female $350. Call 541-670-7760

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B4 • Bandon Western World • Thursday, November 14,2013

Sports Low water levels slow most angling

By Lou Sennick, Bandon Western World

Hot Pursuit The Tigers go after a bad snap fumble by Oakland during their Cranberry Bowl game early this season.

Tigers look ahead to bright future By John Gunther Bandon Western World

It didn’t necessarily show up in the final scores, but Bandon’s football team took a leap forward this season. Coach Silia Polamalu already was looking ahead to next season after the Tigers went winless in the Sunset Conference and finished 2-6 overall. “We are sad to see a season come to an end, but we are excited about the program looking into the future,” he said. “We have a strong class of juniors, the sophomores developed well, and we were pleasantly surprised with how the freshmen came along. “Next year, we will have the first group of freshmen who played in the South Coast Youth Football League program. We are excited to see how that program is going to show in the kids coming up.” Bandon’s wins over Culver and Chiloquin were an improvement over the winless 2012 season, but only told part of the story. “We took a step in the right direction as a program,” Polamalu said. “We had good numbers come

out and they had a very good attitude all season.” The Tigers improved their execution of the option offense and 50 defense during the year. “We were very competitive in nearly every game this season,” Polamalu said. “The players realized that they had a very good chance of winning on any night, and it really showed when we played Gold Beach. That was the best game a Bandon team has had against them since I have been a teacher here.” The Tigers kept in contact with the Panthers until late in the fourth quarter. Ultimately, the Tigers weren’t able to win any league games. “We were too inconsistent and made just enough mistakes at costly times to keep us from winning the close ones in league play,” Polamalu said. But along the way, Bandon’s players gained valuable experience. “We started several juniors and a couple of sophomores on both sides of the ball,” Polamalu said. “These young men earned some valuable experience that should give us something to build

on this offseason.” Bandon also had a strong JV season, helping give the Tigers a good foundation for next year. The coaches will push the players to commit to the weight room during the offseason. “If those juniors and sophomores will dedicate themselves to getting strong, and if the other boys’ coaches will buy into our lifting program, then I am confident that we will begin to win those

close ones and return the winning tradition back to our football program.” Meanwhile, Polamalu expressed gratitude to the seniors, who were freshmen his first year as head coach. “This group has endured some very challenging times as athletes and has shown a tremendous amount of positive character,” he said. “I am very proud of them and what they have accomplished as young adults.”

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Cumulative Precipitation Week: 0.80 inches To date in 2013: 29.63 inches

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Local lakes: Anglers are Chinook. Most of the still reporting decent coho Chinook on the lower Sixes salmon fishing in Tenmile have been in the river Lakes. Trolling spinners in awhile and are getting Templeton Arm was pro- pretty dark. Most of the Chinook ductive over the weekend. Anglers trolling Siltcoos salmon fishing on the Lake for coho are not hav- Coquille River is occurring ing much luck. Low water upstream of the town of conditions have hampered Coquille. There is an occathe coho from entering the sional brighter fish caught, lake. The weather has been but most of the salmon are perfect for anglers trout dark. Anglers are still salmon fishing on the South Coast. Empire Lakes, Saunders fishing on the upper porLake and Powers Pond tions of the Coos River. ficc Ocean: Anglers Pacifi were all recently stocked with trophy-sized trout. surf perch fishing Horsfall Trout anglers are having Beach near Coos Bay the best success fishing reported catching limits of from a boat or float tube. pink fin surf perch over the Bank anglers are still weekend. When ocean conditions catching a few trout using have been good, anglers are worms or power bait. Local rivers: still reporting FISHING great rock cod Due to the low river REPORT and ling cod fishflow, most of the ing on the South Chinook salmon Coast. are holding in the fissh: Area shellfi lower portions of the Chetco River. Boaters are still Bank anglers have catching a few been faring best hard-shelled casting spoons or crab in the bay at bobber Bandon. fishing One sand shrimp and crabber reported roe. catching six TONY This year ROSZKOWSKI keepers on anglers are encourWeber’s Pier last aged to turn in we e k e n d . Chinook snouts from Boaters crabbing in Coos hatchery fish that are kept. Bay reported better numThe snouts may contain bers of Dungeness crab coded wire tags that tell taken last weekend. where they come from. Crabbers are reporting ODFW has placed collec- better crabbing in the Coos tion sites at Social Security Bay channel. gravel bar and at the Tony Roszkowski owns Brookings fish cleaning and operates Port O’ Call station. — TonysCrabShack.com Salmon fishing has been — on the Bandon watervery slow on the lower front. Many South Coast Rogue River. Anglers will anglers rely on his fish and be switching over to winter shellfish reports. Hear steelhead fishing before more from Tony on long. ‘Oregon Outdoors’ Anglers fishing the Thursdays on KWRO 6130 lower sections of the Elk AM. Email us your report and Sixes rivers are still at tonyscrabshack7@ catching a few nice gmail.com.


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